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venezuelan congressman. we have michael economides, professor at university of houston. gentlemen, thanks for joining us. michael, we spoke on friday. he won again. was it free and fair? what do you think? >> populism works i you have money. melissa: okay, what does that mean? >> well it means that he can buy the election. i mean he's aided by basically unmitigated cash flow of oiley. you can either borrow or pay for populism is a theme proposed in the last year or so. and argentina is borrowing kind. chavez is the paying kind. melissa: yeah. leopold, i don't know, i was there a couple years ago and the country is falling down around his ankles. i mean, can you really buy votes in a country where i see a lot of people living in pretty miserable conditions? >> there are enormous problems in venezuela. the economy, the safety of the citizens, public services. all of those remain important issues and that is why melissa, the opposition grew so much in this election. it is not only united but he was able to get 6 1/2 million votes, casted for him in a situation where not only money and the pe
on this michael reagan. that is the issue whether mitt romney gets elected, they show the will to do things that are not always popular. >> i think that is exactly right. we faced some very large problems. we have this so-called fiscal cliff that threatens the economy and florida's tax hikes and organized spending cuts. we are implementing the debt over the coming years. neil: that is one of the reasons that paul ryan did not vote for it he dodged the tough decision away. he wanted it to be even deeper and address these entitlement costs. but critics say that he is not effectively ceded mr. do you think he does that were changes that initiative tomorrow night? >> i think the governor romney is going to lay out a compelling case our debt problems in the risk of enormous tax hikes on the population that would stagnate growth and put us on a path with increased spending. rising standards of living, and contrasting that with president obama's vision of a social welfare state, moving towards this competent socio- economic expectations. neil: you know the problem may be that mitt romney has, and
schultz admitted he was absolutely stunned by the president's dismal performance. michael moore tweeted, is bill clinton coming into some? wakeup. john mccain. the republican national committee seized on governor romney's dominance in the evening sky and the president's principal reaction to that and entitled the smirk. >> the cut the deficit in half. four years later and we have a trillion dollar deficit. my view is we ought to provide tax relief to people in the middle class. the people who are having a hard time right now are middle income americans. under the president's policies middle income americans have been buried. there just being crushed. middle income americans have seen their income come down by $4,300. at the same time gasoline prices have doubled. electric rates are up, food prices are up. if you're reelected we will get to a trillion dollar debt. you have said before you cut the debt in half. lou: and to post debate polls gave the debate to governor romney. by a huge margin. in fact, the biggest one in history according to one of those polls. the cbs poll showed that 42
desmond will tell us why you need to watch small caps carefully. michael gives his talk for year's end. let's start with a lot and the jobs numbers. i am curious. the cme traders are very skeptical people by nature. they have to be because there are so many people selling stuff. do they believe the numbers when they came out? >> that was the most interesting thing. most of the traders were expecting that number of unemployment data to the 8.1% and job data below the 110,000 and when it came out the initial reaction was cover your shorts right away. this is an amazing incredible number. we saw the market pushed higher as it progressed traders were more skeptical and we saw a late day sell-off. dave: the federal reserve may pull out of q e surreal little early. that might scare a lot of people in the market. >> absolutely. that is why you saw the gold market back off and silver as well. surprising we didn't see much of a boost in the dollar index and riskier currency is come off. they were pretty firm but gold prices starting to sell off. to be interesting we couldn't get through the $1,
interview, doug michaels, orasure ceo and president. here in my hand is oraquick this is over the counter, walk in, buy it. david: go home, do the hiv test. you are here first to talk about this and its available now here, folks. who is your celebrity spokesperson? >> we're very happy -- first of all, liz, thanks for having me on the show. liz: always. >> we're delighted to announce today we'll be working with magic johnson to help us get the word out to consumers about the importance of knowing your hiv status. we're out with magic today, tomorrow, working with him through 2013 to continue to emphasize the importance. liz: what does it mean that you've got one of the most well-known sports figures, frankly any celebrity around, everybody knows magic johnson and that he tested many years ago for hiv but he's alive and kicking today, doing beautifully, hugely successful businessman you were able to land him? what did he say when you approached him? >> magic is tremendously committed to the whole fight against hiv. he has become the face of hiv to most of america and most of the world. he i
trigger a never advises and eight candidate about anything. [laughter] michael goodwin. 2007 obama reveals himself. >> a wonderful performance. liberals will go to my community and change their cadence and talk division politics. that the bush administration does not care about black people. is that the school of condi west? >> what do i say after that? republicans are addicted to race like crack. >> he was released. >> there was a book written named david anderson he is to be well-respected. lou: an interesting device of you democrats you republicans list is a little peculiar. the president has a tape held away five years and a national liberal media who were aware of the transcripts that turned out to be prepared remarks bearing no relationship to what we just washed -- watched from "the daily caller" and hannity. it is a mess how can you explain the fact this president in the course of less than two weeks voting against the waiver of the stafford act would make it a centerpiece that white america hates those black ministers? >> the book bamboozled with this is to get out the vote to the
. neil: but michael, you and i have chatted about this before. believe me, i could have told you that before the law fully kicks in, if you are asking insurance companies cover pre-existing conditions, to have your kids on the policy, they're going to charge more for that. you may not like it, you might not ultimate, but they will charge you more to the the privilege of including them. i don't know what the shock is on the part of the administration and others to do just that. >> actually, it is not as one of those. it is the combination and the way it was constructed. the whole thing was designed in ways that if you give consumers access to good information and transparency can they make good decisions for themselves. that doesn't mean that we don't need government, we do, we don't need as much of it, and we can't afford the remarkably large subsidies that obamacare created in a deficit. neil: is it fair to say that should he be elected president for weeks from now? >> he has made clear he will repeal obamacare. for whatever reason, that's not possible on a legislative basis, th
-winning columnist for the new york post and fox is contributor michael goodwin. great to see you, as always. i want to start, though -- will get to the lying in a minute, but mitt was apologizing last night about the off -- the 47% comment. here is what he said. >> in a campaign with hundreds, if not thousands beaches and question-answer sessions, now and then you are going to say something that doesn't come out right. i absolutely believe, however, that my life has shown that i care about 100 percent. and that has been demonstrated throughout my life. this whole campaign is about the 100 percent. gerri: is it over for him? is this problem behind him? >> i think the president recognizes it was a failure on obama's part to bring this up because it was something that happened fairly recently. scored points with it. this was not the first time on the apologized to but i think he's doing it again and signals that he realizes obama is going to bring it up and it will be a staple. it will be doing some as an it, but i have to think, the whole idea of negative and nasty -- gerri: let me get to that becaus
it for their own use. neil: where do you see this going to michael how far? >> actually, the information i have received about bank attacks, is that more disturbing evolution here, that is that it is not just, the attack where you go after a web site, and you try to take down that web site to a denial service attack, you wall it off, you try to insert a code. but they are going after, the domain names, the infrastructure of cyber security world, and what is so disturbing about, that now you can take that information, you can stop it but you could distort it. and that now, when you have a consumer-based cyber security or cyber network, you do all your cyber, what do you do, you get your bank account it is all gone, what happens if we lose confidence in our cyber system that is economic ruin. neil: well, wellpointed out, thank you very much. >> ignore the poll, focus on how many might go to the polls. t knl is coming from. and we're not talking about 3rd world countries. we're talking right here in america in our own back yard. so we wrote a tune to shine a little light on the issue. but we want
? michael since he is a restaurant owner in man hadn't with two planning companies and a lot of businesses in jersey and reached his limit with regulations can tolerate. we haven't seen each other in a couple years and you have in those two years open some businesses in new jersey but not new york. >> i missed you a little bit. in two years, i employed zero people in new york and zero new bars and in jersey, in five new places. the regulations are not as strict whether it is spread of hours or living regulations talking about in new york or lower cash minimum-wage for certain employees. much easier environment. dave: you are not beginning new project particularly because of regulations. >> no plans to open up here because of regulations. don't understand what is going on. dave: like what? >> number one is obamacare. we don't understand it and when we ask consultants it costs money and get different answers from different people because no one understands what is going on. because of that i am not going to hire 50 employees because that is $100,000 penalty. dave: if you have less than 50 em
michaels, first business network interview telling us about it and revealing its big celebrity spokesperson. somebody very famous will be their celebrity spokesperson. he will reveal that on fox business. you do not want to miss it. that is in the next hour. convicted insider trader raj rajaratnam should have followed the example of a lesser-known figure and fled the country rather than face years behind bars. recommending people flee the country? >> i knew someone who knew someone who fled to italy and a strong extradition treaty from italy to the u.s.. generally force you to come back. india and sri lanka where he is from, is not that strong. it is the interesting thing in this case. there is one fugitive, one person who was busted his name is deep shop, an analyst at moody's gave a tip to a woman who is the main witness on hilton being bought by blackstone and that was one of the counts he was convicted of. he is a fugitive. you went back to indiana and fired and indicted by the justice department and filed civil charges and there was one lame attempt to get him like a local magistrate t
. >> especially for folks in the media for people like bill maher and michael moore and everyone on fox news. cnn. and liberal conservatives coming together and enormous win for mitt romney. that's not something that you see all the time. and he held barack obama accountable for failed policies. this is the mitt romney that could win the election. >> we have plenty more to go with this debate in the next hour, including the swing voters. how were, were they swayed? the answer is yes, and really telling and plus media watch dog, brent bozell. do the positive headlines for romney start now, will the media change the tone and do it because of this. >> how many of you thought barack obama was the winner tonight? and how many of you thought mitt romney? ...seems like you guys got a little gassed out there. enough already. c'mon guys. next question. hello! what's your favorite color? what's my favorite color? yes. purple. what's your favorite animal? sea turtle. what's your bedtime? do you believe in space aliens? ...i love puppies. hash browns or home fries? home fries. do you like my dress? why can't
. the defending champion said he messed up trying to protect his lead by blocking michael waltrip's car. you can see it happen right there. and daytona 500 winner matt kenseth took home the checkered flag after avoiding the crash. so to chris in lighting who is badmouthing my sport, i dare you to go one lap in a car doing 100 miles-an-hour, big guy. connell: little inside baseball for everybody? dagen: i don't care, you cannot look at that and say it is not a sport. connell: it's a shame we're lit together because it would be hilarious if you went dark right now. is china spying on your phone calls and e-mails? dagen: tune in tomorrow to watch us because i will be green and my teeth will look like they are falling out from bad lighting. connell: how is today different than any other day? dennis and cheryl are up next. keep it here. oh, hey alex. just picking up some, brochures, posters copies of my acceptance speech. great! it's always good to have a backup plan, in case i get hit by a meteor. wow, your hair looks great. didn't realize they did photoshop here. hey, good call on those mugs. can't
you. >> safekiar is carfax for health care industry. my team and i chris and michael, have designed safecare to help eliminate elder aabuse in long-term care facilities. >> right. we track criminal records and state certifications and abuse listings. >> when you pitched to dan gill period of time, i assume you said almost nursing operation in america has one person had a criminal background and they didn't realize it. >> right. one in five nurse aides currently employed have at least one criminal conviction that should have disqualified them from getting the job in the first place. >> when she pitched it was good enough dan gilbert said i'm in. you're one of six chosen. dozens and dozens, some 80 pitched their businesses. let me get to done that. mascot secret. how does does company make money? >> it is about monetizing idea. we make money taking commission for every transaction we sell. really simple how we make money. >> i walk into the new cleveland browns stadium and i have something in the knows bleed seats. what does your company do? i dial it up on my cell phone? >> you dial
. he has before. we'll show you examples of mitt on the attack. join us 9:45 with michael reagan. and it shows the candidates neck and neck with president obama having a slight edge. right now obama 48 and mitt romney 45. so actually that lead has stretched out a little from a couple of days ago, whereas nbc wall street journal poll shows president obama's lead narrowing just a little. that's the rasmussen poll. new at ten top of the hour, you will not believe how many immigrants are getting government assistance like food stamps and welfare. only a small fraction of immigration applicants are denied. the judge is coming up on that one, 10 a.m. eastern. all right. back to nicole, netflix shares, what leading the s&p 500? >> that's right. and first of all, netflix is volatile stock that we're talking about not only because everybody has it, but because of the moves on netflix. today the number one performer on s&p 500. now 4 1/2% on the heels of what we heard from research, a company blog and in the equity research blog they actually featured netflix as a top company in tech and i
that some rightly or wrongly that michael was too academic, too distant, too aloof. that was then, this is now. pat, my friend, thank you as always. pat buchanan in washington. we're a minute away from the formal start of this. for those of you tuning it, fbn's live coveragement first of the four debates. three presidential, one vice presidential debate. 50 million people expected to watch the exchange between the presidential candidates. early estimate numbers are 45 million, a minimum, watching on fox business, and who can blame them? ijim is seated, ready to go, and much of the pressure is on mitt romney, you hear, a guy on swing states is down, although gnarlly, the two -- nationally, the two are even. much is made of whether the polls are reliable, but it is a fair, fair argument to sigh -- say for each, tonight is crucial. i bring you the first presidential debate from the university of denver. >> good evening from the arena at the university of denver in denver, colorado. i welcome you to the first of the 2012 presidential debates between president barack obama, the democra
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